Brown Shipley Appoints Rehana Hasan as Head of Legal
Brown Shipley, a Quintet Private Bank, has appointed Rehana Hasan as Head of Legal.
Brown Shipley, a Quintet Private Bank, has appointed Rehana Hasan as Head of Legal. Based in London, Rehana will report to Rachel Macfarlane, Group Head of Legal, and to Alan Mathewson, Brown Shipley CEO. Rehana will be responsible for managing the Brown Shipley legal team and she will also be a permanent attendee at the UK Executive Committee and Board meetings.
Rehana joins from Tilney, a financial services and investment firm, where she spent eight years as Group General Counsel and Company Secretary. She played a significant role in the company, including recently advising on its merger with Smith & Williamson. Rehana further advised on twelve acquisitions and disposals in her time at Tilney. Previously, she was Group General Counsel at Towry, prior to its merger with Tilney. Before this, she held legal roles at WorldSpreads and at Duke Street Private Equity.
Alan Mathewson, Brown Shipley CEO, said: “Rehana joins us at a time of strategic growth, and the extensive experience she brings from advising wealth managers, including on major mergers and acquisitions, over the past fifteen years, will be invaluable.”
Rachel Macfarlane, Group Head of Legal, adds: “I’m delighted to welcome someone of Rehana’s calibre to the team. Her extensive legal knowledge, particularly within wealth management, and skill in bringing different stakeholders together, will be particularly beneficial to us.”
Rehana Hasan commented: “It is an exciting time to be joining Brown Shipley and Quintet. I look forward to working with the UK business and with colleagues across the Group.”
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